29 July 2014

Business trip

I'll be out of the country for the next few days so blogging will be light.

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Picture roundup......

For the boys......

For the ladies.......

And finally.........

25 July 2014

Your ideal world.....

So, I've been thinking - what if you were ever in the position to buy an island somewhere - far, far away from our over-controlled, over-regulated, messed up world?

An island which could potentially house a few hundred, but no more than a thousand people.

What would the rules be that you would set for inviting people to go live on the island with you? 

South Africa: Ramaphosa makes appeal on national anthem

South African Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr has just finished his very successful tour of Australia.

Yes people, there are thousands of ex-pats here - myself included - living in safety in Australia, away from the slaughter, crime, rape, corruption and ANC terrorists back in our ex-homeland. 

Just before Steve left on his Oz tour, he attended an Afrikaans cultural festival and dared to sing the old South African anthem - which happens to be a beautiful poem about loving South Africa. You can read my blog post HERE about this fake scandal.

Naturally, every libtard and Afrikaans traitor in SA quickly came out to condemn Steve singing Die Stem (The Call). In their humble opinion, by singing the old anthem, he was going to cause further division and hatred for the Whites.

Steve's response? It's perfectly legal to sing the song and all the hatred and division was already happening before he sang the song.

But, for every nutjob liberal condemning him, hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of White South Africans supported him. 

So, on his recent Australian tour, what does he dare to do - just to rub it in? He dares to sing Die Stem (The Call) at all his Oz concerts - to the rapturous applause of the concert goers.

Here's Steve's Facebook page, where he has written that he will be singing Die Stem for a long, long time to come.

The "new" South African anthem contains a few lines of Die Stem - with most of the anthem made up by some or other obscure African poem, Nkosi something or other. No direct tribute to South Africa. So, the Blacks tend to sing the front part of the anthem, and the Whites tend to sing the back-end. If you ever watch a Test rugby match, listen when they sing the SA anthem to see what I mean. It's very noticeable.

So, in essence, the current SA anthem represents South Africa in it's current form - a divided country. Black vs White. Never to change.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was asked by the media about Steve singing Die Stem - because, there aren't more important things for the second in charge of SA to be asked about - like the brutal murders, the crime, rapes, strikes, recession, unemployment.....
Ramaphosa was responding to questions from journalists in Cape Town on whether he thought the refusal by some prominent South Africans to sing the full national anthem meant the country's social cohesion project was failing.
"I don't believe that social cohesion in our country is falling apart," he said.
"We are about building a nation and we must extend a hand of friendship, a hand of continued reconciliation to those who feel that the national anthem does not represent them any longer, and it can happen on both sides."
Well, that's great to know, Cyril! That you - the ANC - are all about 'building a nation' and extending your hand in reconciliation.

So tell me Cyril, when will you be dropping your racist Affirmative Action laws, which heavily exclude Whites from the job market? Or how about telling us when you'll be ending your Black Economic Empowerment policies, which forces companies to have Black partners - whether they want them or not? 

Seeing that you're all about nation building and reconciliation and all that wonderful, flowery language you ANC cadres hide behind - please let us know when you'll be addressing your own divisive actions against one sector of the population.

Because from where I'm looking, you're doing everything in your power to cause division and marginalise and destroy the Whites - and especially the Afrikaans people. 

On top of that, you are doing NOTHING about the crime and murders of Whites - and especially nothing about the rampant farm murders. 

You're doing NOTHING about removing job-creation and employment barriers for White people. In fact, you're doubling-down on these policies.

Now you're talking about taking White people's land away.

And then you scratch your head and ask WHY White South Africans don't feel part of your New South Africa, while you do a heck of job excluding and hounding them.

So, you don't have to look too hard to understand why White South Africans are fed up and are looking backwards, instead of forwards, back to a time when they were a part of the country. 

Singing Die Stem is their way of protesting all that the ANC has destroyed and taken away from them. Everything that they built up is all but gone. Their culture and traditions trashed. It's the ONE thing that still can give them a bit of pride. 

Something that the ANC can't take away from them - yet. Something to get under the skin of the ANC and the other geniuses of the Everything For Free party of Juju mini-Idi Amin Malema and all his crazy supporters. 

And the ANC knows it and they recognise it as a danger.....because something as sinister as Die Stem has a lot of power to a broken people.

Here are the Flemmish people from Belgium singing Die Stem at their singing festival in March this year - and doing a bloody good job of it! 

South African leaders need to reach out to those in the Afrikaans-speaking and African communities on their concerns about singing the full national anthem, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday.

Ramaphosa was responding to questions from journalists in Cape Town on whether he thought the refusal by some prominent South Africans to sing the full national anthem meant the country's social cohesion project was failing.

"I don't believe that social cohesion in our country is falling apart," he said.

"We come from a fractured past... and we've got wounds that need to continue being healed and some of the wounds revolve around the national anthem."

Ramaphosa described as unfortunate the controversies over Die Stem, when Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr sang the old national anthem in Australia, and the EFF called for Die Stem part to be removed from the official anthem.

"We need to be reaching out to some among us, our compatriots. We need to reach out to them and get to understand the frustrations, the sense of despondency that they feel when they respond in the way that they do," he said.

"We are about building a nation and we must extend a hand of friendship, a hand of continued reconciliation to those who feel that the national anthem does not represent them any longer, and it can happen on both sides."

Ramaphosa said former president Nelson Mandela had once reprimanded ANC members at a national conference for singing only the Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika part of the anthem.

"He [Mandela] said we are about building a nation and we must sing the entire national anthem," said Ramaphosa.

"He did that because he sensed that we needed to be cajoled, we needed to be egged on to get on with the task of social cohesion because sometimes we can fall back into our old practices, old prejudices."

Ramaphosa said he would get involved in the matter.

"I want to make it my task as well to reach out to many of those Afrikaans-speaking people and indeed even many Africans who may be feeling we are losing the social cohesion project."


There is one positive after all....

Hat tip: Nick A

Boys, stay away!

Hat tip: Ink Visitor

MH-17 - Statement from the Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov

Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov has said that neither Ukraine nor Western countries have bothered to react to the data presented by the Russian Ministry earlier regarding the Boeing 777 (Flight MH17) crash in Ukraine. 

At the same time, according to Antonov, despite the presence of the U.S's own version of events, the U.S. side has not provided evidence for its accusations.

Yeah, I'm still waiting for the USA and the Ukraine government to release all that proof they were carrying on about. 

I see the Ukraine government are too busy fighting with each other in parliament to worry about trying to keeping a handle of all the various stories being leaked out of Ukraine. Things seem to be tense for the new puppet government in Ukraine, and it's only a matter of time before America has to step in and spank them to sort out the pecking order. Oligarch fascists first, then the neo-Nazi's, then the Ukraine people...... although it doesn't look like the neo-Nazi's are liking that order.

So, while they fight among each other for the heart of Ukraine, a "video" was released by Reuters yesterday of an interview with one of the rebel leaders Alexander Khodakovskii, where he allegedly claims that the rebels had BUK missiles - contrary to what other leaders have been saying. The world's press faithfully lapped it up and reported it across their pages. 

It's now been shown to be a fake, made by Reuters, in which different parts of the real interview were re-mixed together in order to make it sound as if Khodakovskii was saying that the Resistance had a BukM1. Apparently the Reuters reporter didn't know that Khodakovskii had also taped the conversation and had the original so he could show the video manipulation.

Give dishonest people enough rope and they eventually hang themselves.....

Gee whiz. Can the Ukrainian government and their handlers get a little more professional? Hello CIA!!!! Nearly every time they come out with more "proof" the rebels did it, it's debunked within moments. 

Spies from yesteryear must be hanging their heads in disgust, longing for the old Cold War days! At least then the internet wasn't around to expose all the lies and propaganda, and they could easily manipulate the world's populations with what they wanted them to know and believe.

I must say, this entire MH-17 episode (and the Ukraine coup) have made me start to question a lot about what I thought was the truth from the past. However, I'm the stupid one as I should know better, seeing as I lived through the propaganda war against South Africa in the 1980's. After all, I have first-hand knowledge of how facts are distorted in favour of the side which has the most to win.

Best line of the video is when Antonov asks why American intelligence is taking so long to produce evidence: is it still being constructed?

(if English sub-titles don't appear automatically, click on the "captions" option on the bottom-right of the video)

Air Algerie passenger plane crashes in Mali - Putin to blame???

Another plane down. This time in north Africa with 116 people on board - mostly French nationals. May they RIP.

This plane also happened to change flight paths and has gone down in Mali, which is in the middle of conflict as well.

Gee, the similarities to flight MH-17 are eerily similar, yet I note that Obama and his international cheer-squad and media clapping-seals, haven't rushed to blame anyone for this crash yet. Unlike with MH-17, where the bodies weren't even cold yet and both Ukraine and the USA started pointing fingers at Putin and the rebels, but not at themselves. 

No, it couldn't possibly have been the Ukraine government! Why, that's just crazy talk.

I'm guessing a construed scandal surrounding a plane going down in Africa isn't of interest at this time - you know, can't be used to vilify and marginalise anyone. Whereas in Ukraine the stakes may be a tad higher for some parties.....cough-cough-NATO-cough.

The French response has been more measured compared to the MH-17 crash:
A senior French official said it seems unlikely that fighters in Mali had the kind of weaponry that could shoot down a jetliner at cruising altitude. While al-Qa’ida’s North Africa branch is believed to have an SA-7 surface-to-air missile, also known as MANPADS, most airliners would normally fly out of range of these shoulder-fired weapons. They can hit targets flying up to roughly 12,000-15,000 feet.

At least France is willing to entertain the notion that the rebels in Mali don't have the capabilities to shoot the plane down - and so are reserving judgement until after an investigation. Unlike with MH-17 where the Ukrainian rebels have repeatedly said they didn't have the capabilities either - but, their lone voices have been ignored as the world falls over themselves to pin the crash on Putin and the rebels.

But, I'm sure it's only a matter of time before the exaggerated rhetoric, media hysteria and finger-pointing begins for this crash as well (ha-ha). And with any luck, MAYBE some very important talking-head from CNN or Fox will think to link this crash to Putin and the Ukraine rebels as well. 

After all, the American Secretary of State, John Kerry had his face on every TV show last week-end, accusing Putin of the crash, his "proof" being that he just "knew" Putin had done it. 

So then, why not blame this one on Putin too? 

After all, doesn't Russia have long-range missiles? I think I may be onto something here....

Remember, you heard it here first!

AN Air Algerie jetliner carrying 116 people has crashed in a rainstorm over restive Mali, and its wreckage was found near the border of neighbouring Burkina Faso — the third major international aviation disaster in a week.

The plane, owned by Spanish company Swiftair and leased by Algeria’s flagship carrier, disappeared from radar screens less than an hour after takeoff, en route from Burkina Faso’s capital of Ouagadougou to Algiers.

French fighter jets, UN peacekeepers and others hunted for signs of wreckage of the MD-83 plane in the remote region, where scattered separatist violence may hamper an eventual investigation into what happened.

The passengers include 51 French, 27 Burkina Faso nationals, eight Lebanese, six Algerians, five Canadians, four Germans, two Luxembourg nationals, one Swiss, one Belgian, one Egyptian, one Ukrainian, one Nigerian, one Cameroonian and one Malian. The six crew members are Spanish, according to the Spanish pilots’ union.

It’s believed there are no survivors.

The wreckage was found about 50 kilometres from the border of Burkina Faso near the village of Boulikessi in Mali, a Burkina Faso presidential aide said.

“We sent men with the agreement of the Mali government to the site and they found the wreckage of the plane with the help of the inhabitants of the area,” said General Gilbert Diendere, a close aide to Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore and head of the crisis committee set up to investigate the flight.

‘‘They found human remains and the wreckage of the plane totally burnt and scattered,” he said.

The life-cycle of an ISIS jihadist

But they left off the final stage seeing as the warrior is now with Mo and his virgins:

24 July 2014


Ever think of using a tazer on yourself? 

Read on.....

Dear Carl,

Last weekend I was at Larry's Pistol & Pawn looking for a little something special for my wife, Renee. I came across a 100,000-volt pocket tazer. Its disabling effect on an assailant was described as short-lived, with no long-term consequences, but would allow my wife--who would never consider a gun--adequate time to retreat to safety.


Long story short, I bought the device and brought it home. I loaded two AAA batteries and pushed the button. Nothing! I was disappointed, but then I read (yes, I read the instructions) that if I pressed the taser against a metal surface and pushed the button at the same time, I'd see a blue arc of electricity darting back and forth between the prongs, to verify that it was working.


I have yet to explain to Renee that new burn spot on the face of her microwave.

There I was, home alone with this new toy, thinking to myself that it couldn't be all that bad with only two triple-A batteries, right? I sat there in my recliner, reading the directions, my cat Gracie looking on intently. Trusting little soul. I got to thinking that I really needed to try this thing out on a flesh and blood moving target. I admit I thought about zapping Gracie for a fraction of a second. She is such a sweet cat, but if I was going to give this device to my wife to protect herself against a mugger, I did want some assurance that it would work as advertised. Am I wrong?

So there I sat in shorts and a tank top with my reading glasses perched on the bridge of my nose, directions in one hand, and taser in another. The directions said a one-second burst would shock and disorient your assailant, a two-second burst would cause muscle spasms and a major loss of bodily control, and a three-second burst would purportedly make your assailant flop on the ground like a fish out of water. A burst longer than three seconds would be a waste of batteries.

I'm sitting there alone, with Gracie looking on, her head cocked to one side as if to say, 'Don't do it.' But I was reasoning that a one-second burst from such a tiny little thing couldn't hurt all that bad. I decided to give myself a one-second burst, just for the heck of it. I touched the prongs to my naked thigh, pushed the button, and...


Jessie Ventura ran in through the side door, picked me up from my recliner, and body slammed us both onto the carpet, over and over and over again. I vaguely recall waking up on my side in the fetal position, with tears in my eyes, body soaking wet, tingling legs, nipples on fire, and testicles nowhere to be found.

SON-OF-A... That Hurt Like HELL!

If you ever feel compelled to 'mug' yourself with a taser, you should know that there is no such thing as a one-second burst when you zap yourself. You will not let go of that taser until it is dislodged from your hand by your involuntary violent thrashing about on the floor.

A minute or so later (I can't be sure, as time was relative at that point) I collected what wits I had left, sat up, and surveyed the landscape. My bent reading glasses were on the mantel of the fireplace. How did they get there? My triceps, right thigh, and both nipples were still twitching. My face felt like it was shot up with Novocaine. My bottom lip weighed 88 lbs. And I'm still looking for my testicles!!

I'm offering a significant reward for their safe return.

Still in shock,